Hymn: “God Holds the Key” by Joseph Parker

God holds the key of all unknown,And I am glad;If other hands should hold the key,Or if He trusted it to me,I might be sad, I might be sad. What…

Advent in a Global Pandemic – David Mathis

These have been dark days in 2020, even in the light of spring and summer. A global pandemic and fever-pitch identity politics. Protests devolving into urban warfare and civil division.…

Will You Pray for Awakening? Download Your Free Prayer Guide

We live in a world that needs awakening. Millions of people do not know Jesus Christ. The church itself needs renewed zeal for the truth, for spiritual growth, and for…

Your King Comes, Lowly and Riding on a Donkey

Jesus’ entrance into Jerusalem on a humble donkey may have seemed unremarkable at a glance, but in reality, His arrival fulfilled a prophecy of the long-promised King. In this brief…

How Does the Church Fill All in All? Ephesians 1:19–23, Part 5 – John Piper

The church is the body of Christ, and he is the Head. He makes the decisions, he rules, and the body carries out his will. Watch Now Read More Desiring…

The Curse Between Us: Why Racial Healing Begins at Calvary – Scott Hubbard

“Has it ever occurred to you,” A.W. Tozer once asked, “that one hundred pianos all tuned to the same fork are automatically tuned to each other? They are of one…

Generous: Wallpaper

“You will be enriched in every way to be generous in every way, which through us will produce thanksgiving to God.” — 2 Corinthians 9:11 What is my screen resolution?…

Is There Anything Wrong with Using the “Sinner’s Prayer”?

Should Christians avoid using the so-called “sinner’s prayer”? From one of our Ask Ligonier events, Stephen Nichols directs us to be intentional with the words we use in prayer. When…

Secret Sins Will Harm Others – Greg Morse

J.C. Ryle is right when he observes that sin never announces itself to us with its full intentions. It never says, “I am your deadly enemy, and I want to…

Asking the Right Questions

Sometimes it is less important to have the right answers than to have the right questions. A man named Saul thought he did not need to ask any questions. He…